Month: June 2015

Guest Review: The Virgin Roman..

Posted June 29, 2015 by Jenn in Guest Review, Reviews / 1 Comment
Guest Review: The Virgin Romance Novelist by Meghan Quinn

Oh my, where to start?!? First of all, this book absolutely cracked me up and had me laughing from the get-go! It was awkward, funny, crude, steamy, a little cheesy, sweet, light-hearted, and all around awesome!!! Rosie is a recent college graduate who scored a job as a writer at a magazine that is 100% […]

Life: Not the Normal Tuesday P..

Posted June 23, 2015 by Jenn in Life / 2 Comments
Life: Not the Normal Tuesday Post Because Dog

Everyone Deserves a Vacation So today I would normally post new releases and sales.  Well I am going on semi vacation for the next two weeks.  I am still going to post book reviews and life posts (possibly, lol) but the Tuesday New Release/Sale post and the Quote Game will be on hold over the next […]

Review: Daughter of Smoke and ..

Posted June 22, 2015 by Jenn in Reviews / 6 Comments
Review: Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

This was a captivating read that grabbed my attention and kept me wondering.  The world building is exquisite and so wonderfully unique. I was quickly immersed into this world and swallowed whole.  What I really loved was how Laini Taylor takes what we think we know and builds an entirely fresh story around it.  I […]

Blogging: 2 years strong

Posted June 20, 2015 by Jenn in Blogging, Featured, Life / 7 Comments
Blogging: 2 years strong

2 years ago I decided to start a book blog.  I had a few reason for wanting to, but I really remember thinking: -Hardly any blogs seem to post anything less than glowing. – I want to do something constructive with my hobby of reading.   Now I didn’t visit a lot of blogs, I […]

Review: Give Me Your Answer Tr..

Posted June 19, 2015 by Jenn in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Give Me Your Answer True by Suanne Laqueur

I loved, absolutely loved, Suanne Laqueurs first book The Man I Love.  The story was beautiful, emotional, raw and breathtaking all rolled into one.  Then I learned she was writing Daisy’s POV story and I was excited, but also hesitant.  Normally books from an alternate POV I avoid.  I didn’t always but so many were 95% […]